The Embassy of Brazil in Bangkok together with Muay Thai Live: The Legend Lives is hosting the first Brazilian Muay Thai Charity Night in Bangkok, on February 9, 2017 at The Stage, Asiatique. A portion of the proceeds from the ticket sales will support the educational and human developmental projects headed by the missionaries of the Epiphany Fang Catholic Church, in the Fang District of Chiang Mai.
Presiding over the evening will be Guest of Honour, His Excellency the Ambassador of Brazil to Thailand, Mr. Gilberto Moura, as well as delegates from the Ministry of Tourism and Sports, and members of the press. The charity event is open to the public, and tickets can be purchased in advance or at the door. Advance tickets—available until February 7th—are B800 (standard seat, including popcorn and soft drink or water), or B1,000 (premium seat, including popcorn and soft drink or water). Tickets at the door will be B1,200 (standard seat), and B1,500 (premium seat). Show starts at 8pm sharp.
The aim of this event is to introduce Brazilian culture to Thailand through performance art. The evening will comprise of the award-winning stage show Muay Thai Live, followed by a special performance of the Brazilian martial art Capoeira. The evening will then conclude with two live Muay Thai fights with Brazilian fighters.
For ticket sales please contact Ms. Claudia Gomes at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 088-625-9944.
This exciting new stage production narrates the untold stories of the origins and heroes of Thailand’s revered martial art, Muay Thai. The award-winning show chronicles the historical milestones of Muay Thai, against the richness of the country’s amazing cultural backdrop, and spanning over 300 years. This epic live stage performance is presented through a stellar combination of fights, stunts, drama, music, and electrifying light and sound effects.
The Stage, Warehouse 4, Asiatique The Riverfront, 2194 Charoenkrung Rd.